Introducing Broga: a form of Yoga designed specifically for men.
I've taken a few yoga classes in my lifetime and NOT ONCE have I been in class with a guy! I guess I can kind of see what might keep men away - weird breathing, stretching into unimaginable poses, being outdone by the women, etc.
In Broga, the moves cater to men's bodies & strengths, but provide the same healing effects of regular Yoga. And don't expect peaceful nature sounds in the background... existing Broga classes use moody alternative bands like Iron & Wine, Bon Iver, and more to set the mood.
Would your guy give Broga a chance or is it still too "out there"?
While kids are under school supervision, I can totally understand them monitoring what your children are doing.
If a child writes a Tweet from home, I can't see ANY way that the school could even THINK about expelling that child. But, it happened! Austin Carroll is a senior at an Indiana high school who got expelled (just before his graduation) for this (edited) Tweet:
"F*** is one of those F****** words you can F****** put anywhere in a F****** sentence and it still F****** makes sense."
Granted, not the most mature of Tweets that he could have posted, but that seems like the parent's area to deal with. Parents or school - who do you think should be in charge in this situation?
Alicia Silverstone is attracting a lot of attention with a recent video of her feeding her son Bear Blu. She is shown pre-chewing food then dropping it into her 11-month-old's mouth, much like a mama bird feeds her babies.
A little confusing? Yes. A little cute? Sure. Medically questionable? Yes. Doctors say infections and bacteria can be transferred from mom to baby that their young immune systems are not yet prepared to handle.
Donald Trump and Rosie O'Donnell are feuding again. However, the highlight (for me) isn't in the details of the arguement / name calling festival. My favorite part is the pictures of Rosie that people always find... this one, courtesy of E! Online:
Looks like this round goes to Donald Trump. (Captions welcome)
I'm betting you've done this: You point the TV remote at someone who won't stop talking, pretending to turn their volume down. Sadly, it never seemed to work.
WELL... thanks to Japanese researchers, muting someone is now possible! When you talk, your brain hears your voice at the same time as you're saying something. When you point this "silence gun" at someone, it essentially records their words and plays them back .2 seconds later. It doesn't sound like a big deal AT ALL, but it totally shuts down the human brain, rendering the person speechless.
If you could get a silence gun, would you? What's the most that you would pay for it? I'd pay a lot of money for this little gadget!
Even if you don't think you need a tablet for your own personal needs, you should consider the needs of your loyal, feline friend. Apparently, there are a number of apps FOR CATS!
Take Cat Fishing (created by Friskies). Your cat can bat at the fish that swim around your screen. Or there's Ant Smasher, a similar game, that cats & humans alike can enjoy.
The best of these cat apps would have to be Paint For Cats. A little mouse runs around the screen, but as your cat bats at it, he is also drawing a colorful picture. Even better? You can save your kitty's artwork and print it.
Jeffrey Dahmer made his name in the early 90s as a terrifying serial-killer in Milwaukee, who not only killed, but sometimes mutilated and cannibalized his victims.
A local group set up a tour that features the bars & clubs where Dahmer watched his potential victims. Horrible, if you ask me. I would NEVER do this tour! To make it worse, many of the families of the victims still live in the area and are obviously very opposed to making money off of such a gruesome event.
Maybe, just maybe, I could see Jeffrey Dahmer's home being included in a generic Milwaukee tour, but to feature the places where he planned his kills just seems insane to me.